What is FER BISGLYCINATE?
FER BISGLYCINATE is composed of iron bisglycinate (in this form, iron has the best possible bioavailability, i.e. it is very well assimilated by the body) combined with vitamin B9 which together contribute to reducing fatigue. It is a unique formula since it also associates the microbiotic strain Lactobacillus plantarum. Lactic acid bacteria are an elementary component of our intestinal flora and are a key element for our organism.
- Instructions of use
Adults and teenagers: 4 capsules per day with a large glass of water as a 2-month course of treatment.
Children from 3 years of age: 1 capsule per day in a 2-month course of treatment.
- Precautions of use
- Avoid taking at the same time as tea.
- Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
- Store in a cool, dry place, away from light and heat.
- Dietary supplement, does not replace a varied and balanced diet.
- To be taken as part of a healthy lifestyle.
- Keep out of the reach of young children.
- Not recommended for people suffering from illnesses that result in an abnormal accumulation of iron (haemochromatosis, polycythemia...).
10X109 UFC **
*Nutrients Reference Values.
**Colony Forming Unit (Lactic ferments / culture agents stabilized at the time of manifacture)
Spirulina thallus, Iron Bisglycinate, Pullulan vegetarian capsule, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B9, Vitamin B12.
This list of ingredients is subject to change, please consult the packaging of the purchased product.
- More information
Iron, essential for the production of haemoglobin and certain enzymes, is a metal that combines with certain chelating agents to form a stable complex. Iron has a vital action notably on respiratory function and DNA synthesis. It is therefore an essential element for life.
There are 3 types of deficiency:
-Iron reserves (ferritin rate) are low but the iron intake is sufficient.
-Iron intake is low enough to interfere with the formation of red blood cells, the body draws on its reserves, but not enough for anaemia to be measurable.
-Iron deficiency anaemia: The amount of iron in the blood is insufficient to contribute to the formation of red blood cells. At this stage, the red blood cells are smaller than normal and their haemoglobin content is reduced, reducing the oxygen supply to the tissues. Iron deficiency anaemia is diagnosed by measuring ferritin and haemoglobin levels.